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The Australian artist known as Scadam tried to pull a small trick on his wife which stayed unnoticed. He reimagines famous characters from the Star Wars universe in the form of historical-style digital paintings and decided to use his art skills for a prank. 

It all started with a picture of actor Samuel L. Jackson in a dress.  The image he created features Jackson, who played Mace Windu in the film The Phantom Menace, while he wield a lightsaber while wearing a frilly gown and large bonnet on his head. 

This is surely an eye-catching images and that is why Scadam was sure his wife would quickly notice after he replaced the new image with a framed picture that was already on a shelf in his home. However after three days have passed Scadam’s wife didn’t seem to notice. 

Trying to get her to start noticing, he decided to add another work of art showing the photoshopped image of Ewan McGregor as a young Obi-Wan Kenobi wearing a gown and donning a set of pearl bracelets and a necklace. But yet again his wife failed to notice both Windu and Kenobi.

This time Scadam thought it best to “double his efforts” and replaced two more pictures on the bookshelf. “I don’t know how far I’ll push this, as I only have two more Star Wars in skirts pictures and I’m running out of shelf space.”

But fortunately Scadam only had to wait eight days in total for his wife to notice his creative work, but it didn’t turn out as he quite expected it to be. Just because his wife found them doesn’t mean they are going away. “She’s leaving them there.”

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